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Numerical integration with explicit Newton-Cotes formula coefficients

Evaluates the given function quadrature using Newton-Cotes forumula, explicitly set by the coefficients and common multiplier.

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Numerical integration with explicit Newton-Cotes formula coefficients

All weights must be separated by comma. A weight is a simple fraction in form of n/d, where n - numerator, d - denominator or real number. The first weight is a common multiplier, set 1 if there is no common multiplier.

Digits after the decimal point: 6
Definite integral value
 
Formula
 
Quadrature function
 
Integral geometric view
Intermediate values

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